- Two documents with Name & Current Address
- Valid form of ID
- Telephone Number
- P.O. Boxes are acceptable as mailing address only and may not be used as proof of residency. A person using a post office box as a mailing address must also provide the library with proof of physical address.
- Voter Registration Card
- Hunting/Fishing license
- Utility Bill
- Magazine/Junk Mail
- Rent Receipt
- Lease/Rental Agreement
|Item||Loan Period||Fines Per Day|
|New Books||14 days||10¢|
|Fishing Poles||14 days||25¢|
- Adults 17 and older have a checkout limit of 50 items.
- Juvenile cardholders have a checkout limit of 25 items.
- Temporary cardholders have a limit of 5 items.
- 6 DVD or Blu-Ray titles for a 7 day checkout.
- 4 Audiobooks or Playaways
No late fees will be assessed for items returned in the book drop before opening on the day following the due date.
|New Books||14 days||One|
|Fishing Poles||14 days||One|
Yes!You can call us @ 256-4775, Log on to your account online or come in to the Library. All items will be held at the front desk for 7 days, we will call or send a notice when your item arrives.
- 20¢ per black & white page
- 50¢ per color page
- UPS Store- 1404 Southern Hills Center (417) 256-3027
- Banks-Check your personal bank first.
- Assessor's Office- Call First- 101 Court Square (417) 256-8284
- Title, Abstract Offices & Attorneys Call first
Libby is a new app released by OverDrive. It has the same collection of titles as the OverDrive app - it’s just a different way to access the same digital library collection. Libby is a fast and attractive digital browsing experience.Libby is compatible with Android and iOS devices, with Kindle Fire compatibility coming soon. Libby is great if you just want to download a book to your Android or iOS phone or tablet. OverDrive is the “classic” app, and is compatible with more devices, including Kindle Fire, Macs, PCs, and Windows mobile devices. It also allows for transfer to MP3 players from computers.
Which app should I use?
If you use one iOS or Android device to browse, download, and read or listen to digital books, we recommend trying Libby. It’s a great one-device experience.
If you like to read books on many devices, or prefer to browse for new titles on your computer, stick with the OverDrive app for now. Also, if you make use of accessibility features in the OverDrive app, you’ll need to stick with that until more accessibility features get added to Libby.
If you’re concerned about excluding mature content in your digital reading app, stick with the OverDrive app. If you want the kids in your life to be able to browse only for kids’ books, and not see other titles, you’ll want to stay with the OverDrive app as well.
What format are the digital books in Libby?
Unless you tell it otherwise, Libby downloads digital books in the Read or Listen formats. By default, all digital books under 20 mb (basically e-books only) will download to Libby automatically for offline reading. To download audiobooks, which are much bigger files, you’ll need to tell Libby to start downloading. You can adjust these settings by opening the menu and tapping on Download Settings.
I like to read on a Kindle e-reader. Should I use the Libby app to discover books?
Give it a try! The Libby app is a different browsing experience than the OverDrive app, and you may prefer it. You can let Libby know that you read e-books on your Kindle by tapping on the menu, and then on Download Settings. When you check out a Kindle format e-book, it will send it to your Kindle, rather than downloading the book to Libby.
Can I use more than one library card or cards from different libraries in Libby?
Yes! Libby makes it easy to switch between library cards or between different libraries. Open the menu, then tap on Switch Library or Library Cards. The best part is that all your digital checkouts from different cards and libraries are on the same shelf, so there is no need to switch between libraries or cards to read your books.
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